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LIBRARY 






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ABBOT 


ACADEMY 


No. 







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CIRCLE 



Presented by the Senior Class of 
Abbot Academy, Andover, Massachusetts 




DEDICATED 

to 

MISS MILDRED HATCH 

The class of 19.5-2 \\ ish to express their sincerest 
appreciation to Miss Hatch for her stimulating 
Latin classes and for her tranquil efficiency in 
the office. The few of us who were fortunate 
enough to spend a happy year in Sherman, and 
the rest of us who know her so well, will always 
remember Miss Hatch for her quiet cheerfulness, 
her ready smile, her twinkling eye. and pleasant 
disposition. 




THE 

P A C U LTY 




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MISS HEARSEY 

Manv of our Abbot memories are 
linked with Miss Hearsev, a wise and un- 
derstanding friend, who is always ready 
and anxious to help every girl whose life 
she touches. Every morning she starts 
off our day with a thoughtful and inspir- 
ing prayer which is a help to each girl 
throughout the day. The merrier side of 
Miss Hearsev will long be remembered 
from her parties and the Sunday evening 
suppers at Sunset. These happy remem- 
brances along with wise counsel are what 
Miss Hearsey - - friend, teacher, coun- 
sellor, principal - - means to each girl. 




MISS SWEENEY 

She has guided us through our years 
at Abbot with an understanding and 
sincerity which will always be remem- 
bered. Through her generous help and 
foresight we have gained a sense of as- 
surance as we meet the challenge of our 
academic life. She will be remembered for 
her animating class discussions and her 
wise counsel in private meeting. With 
her quiet humor, Miss Sweeney has added 
much happiness and encouragement to 
our senior vear. 









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GERMAINE A ROSA French 

Prix ({'excellence <le diction et de comedie, Paris; Middlebury College of French 
"Darlink!" Man Petit. . . 

JULIA KATHLEEN AYRE, R.N. Resident Nurse 

Hospital for Sick Children, Toronto; Post Graduate of Toronto Hospital for 

Consumptives 

Voter up and yet plenty of rest 



MARY HOWE BAKER (MRS. ROBERT II.) 
A.B. Vassar College; A.M. Radclitfe College 
The library is not a passayeuay 



Librarian 



MARIE MADELEINE BARATTE French 

B.esL. Universitede Rennes, E ranee: A.B. Dumferinline High School, Scotland; 
A.M. Edinburgh University. Scotland 
Quel jour sommes-nous aujourd'huif' 



JEAN HOPE BAYNES 

Are you sure you hare enough moneyf 

ADELE I). BOCKBTEDT 

A.B. Mount Holvoke College; M.A. Columbia University 

— and what are you thinking of? 

BERNICE DeR. BRAINERD (MRS. FRANK B.) 

— no mure potatoes, please! 



Financial Secretary 
French 

Secretary 



BARBARA ANN BUCKLEY Secretary, Spanish 

A.B. Boston University; M.A. Smith College; Middlebury Summer School 
Girls, Please pay attention 



CONSTANCE PARKER CHIPMAN (MRS. REEVE) 

Are you as yood as your word? 



Alumnae Secretary 



LOUISE LORING COFFIN Biology, General Science, Physics 

A.B. Radcliffe College; Graduate Study at the University of North Carolina; 
Harvard University 
— itty bitty-teentsy weentsy 

HOPE COOLIDGE Dietitian, House Superintendent 

A.B. Salem College; M.S. Teachers College, Columbia University 
Accidents will happen! 







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RAYMOND H. COON Organ, Pianoforte, Theory of Music 

New England Conservatory of Msuic; studied with Heinrich Gebhard, Boston 
You sliould be able to count by now! 

MARION A. CROZIER Assistant to the House Superintendent 

A.B. Smith College; M.A. Teachers College, Columbia University 
And how are you today? 



MARY ELAINE DODGE 

A.B. Mount Allison University; B.H.S. McGill University 

Well, what hare we done today? 



Household Science 



KATE FRISKIN Choral Music, Pianoforte, Theory of Music 

Studied at Glasgow, Athenaeum and with Sophie Weisse, D.F. Tovey, and 
Tobias Matthay. Recitals in London, Liverpool, Glasgow, Boston, and New 
York 
Watch the beat girls, Pm two measures ahead of you 

MARY GAY History of Art 

Graduate Boston Museum School of Fine Arts; Studied in Paris with Lasar, 
Simon, Cottet, Menard, and Blanche 
Where is my chalk? 



CAROLYN GOODWIN 

A.B., M.A. Smith College 

Xow let me see, what do we hare here? 

EDITH A. GRASSI 

A.B. Tufts College; M.A. Wellesley College 

Let's have some better adjectives for this romance! 



Mathematics 



History, Latin 



EMILY HALE Dramatic Interpretation, Spoken English 

Special Speech and Drama, Leland Powers School, Boston; Cornish School, 
Seattle; Speech Institute, London; University of Wisconsin Summer School 

EX UX -SEE- AT EH 



ISABEL MAXWELL HANCOCK 

A.B. Hollins College; M.A. in Teaching, Radcliffe College 

Are you sure you understand? 



Mathematics 



MILDRED ALATHEA HATCH Secretarial Assistant, Latin 

A.B. Boston University; Graduate Study at Boston University 
Oh, you stab me to the heart — 



DOROTHY Y. JUDD 

B.S. William and Mary College; M.A. Columbia University 

Listen, you little dears,'.' 



Physical Education 










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GKRDA RUTH KAATZ Spanish 

A.B. University of Kansas City; M..V State University of Illinois; Ph.D. State 
University of Iowa 
Now, Miss Plank, what's mi your mind? 

MARTHA WILSON MacLEOD (MRS.), R.N. Resident Nurse 

Hartford Hospital of Nursing; Post Graduate Work in Pediatrics, Johns Hop- 
kins Hospital 
Now take two of these and one of those. . . 

HARRIET E. McKEE Greek, Latin 

A.B. Vassar College; M.A. Columbia University 
Lets see, where were we when — 

LOLA MONBLEAU (MRS. CHARLES) (no picture) Singing 

Jackson College; Julius Hart School of Music, Hartford, Connecticut; Studied 
with Rhea Massicotte 
When one sings one uses their diaphragm, it's customary, you know 

MAUD CABOT MORGAN (MRS. PATRICK) Art 

A.B. Barnard College; Cours de Civilizations, Sorbonne, Paris; Art Students 
League, New York; Hans Hofmann Art School, Munich and New York. 
No, the line doesn't go in that direction, bring it into focus 

GLADYS MORLEY ORTSTEIN (MRS. FREDERICK W.) Typing 

Lawrence Commercial School 
You owe me three assignments 

VIRGINIA PEDDLE 

This isn't the place for the sewing circle 



DOROTHY J. QUINTAL (MRS. ARTHUR) 
You must really write a lot of letters 

ANNA RECHNITZER* (no picture) 
Ph.D., University Vienna 

RUTH CRUPPER REEVES (MRS.) 
A.B. Ilollins College 

"Shall not be at my desk this afternoon" . . . 

SHIRLEY RITCHIE 

B.S. State Teachers College, Trenton, New Jersey 
It isn't the company, it's the hour 



Physical Education 

Secretary 

Latin 

Adm i n istrative A ssistant 

Physical Education 



Assistant Financial Secretary 



LOUISE ROBINSON 

"Final Hanking" . . . 

ELIZABETH ROIIRBACH (MRS.) English 

A.B. Meridian College; M.A. Columbia University; Graduate study, Union 
Theological Seminary 
Oh boo! 



*S<'con<l semester, for Miss Haled d 



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>f absence t<> assist at Spelman College, Atlanta, da. 











ANNA ELIZABETH ROTH History 

Barnard College; Ph.B. Syracuse University; M.A., Ph.D. Radclitt'e College 

"You tell me." 

HANS SIDOX (THE REVEREND) Bible 

A.B., B.D. University of Dubuque; Ph.D. Graduate School Southern Baptist 
Theological Seminary 
Ah-ah- 

MARY L. SPURWAY (MRS. KENNETH) Secretarial Assistant, Latin 

The Dragon School, Oxford, England; Malvern Girls' College, Worcestershire, 
England 
Oh come note, it can't be as tragic as all that.'" 

BARBARA MADISON STANHOPE English 

A.B. Bates College; M.A. University of Maine; Graduate Study, Bread Loaf 
School of English 
Prove your /H>int 



MARJORIE FAUNCE STEVENS (MRS. MERVIN E.) 
A.B. Boston University 

— and now for the little blue books 



Mathematics 




CATHERINE JANE SULLIVAN Remedial Reading 

A.B. Wheaton College; Ed.M. Boston University; Graduate Study at Harvard 
University 
Hare you seen the news bulletin? 



GARDNER SUTTON 

A.B. Harvard University 
Nice day, isn't it, girls? 



Treasurer and Assistant Business Manager 



GERTRUDE TINGLEY Singing 

Studied with Mine. Povla Frjsh, Percy Rector, Stephens Isidore Luckstone, 

solo with the Boston Symphony Orchestra 

Open your mouth, child, I'm sure you must hare more than two teeth 



ELEANOR MORIN TUCKER 
A.B., M.A. Smith College 

It's a cinch. — Idiot's delight 



Chem istry, Mathematics 



DOROTHEA WILKINSON English 

University of King's College; Woodford School for Teachers, Southsea, Eng- 
land 
Just ten minutes for vocabulary 








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SENIORS 



. 1 risteia 



BETSY ALDRK II 
Main Street, Fast Douglas, Massachusetts 



19+8-195S 

dire it/).'.' 
bell rang! 



" Aid rich" 
H.li. Club... ire don't do things like that the 



Student Government President of *51-'52; President of Preps 
'48: President of Juniors '50: "A" Society ',50, '51; Bazaar 
Committee '51; Blazer '5-2; Corridor Proctor '4S, '49; Chev- 
rons 'SO 1 . '51 (2 ; Draper Dramatics '51, '50; Hiking Leader 
'50, '51, '.">•-'; Numeral '49; Posture Marker '48-'49; Sub.- 
Varsity Hockey '50: Varsity Baseball '49; Softball 'SO; Hockey 
'51: Davis Hall Marshal; All-Star Hockey at Concord '50, '51. 




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• AXISIA ALLEN 

301 Perkins Street, Jamaica Plain, Massachusetts 
1948-1952 "Amaia" 

Interrupting . . and all that blah blah! . . I'm embarrassed! 

Bazaar Committee '51; A. A. A. Treasurer of '51-'5-2; Chapel 
Proctor "49-"50, Corridor Proctor '51; Draper Dramatics '51; 
Hiking Leader '51-'5-2; Numeral '49; Posture Marker '49-'50, 
'51-'5'2; Senior Play '51; Varsity Track '50; Christmas Play 
for the children of Andover "49-"50, '50-'51. 



MARTHA ELSIE ARTZ 

Hacker Street, Mount Jewett, Pennsylvania 



A risteia 



"Artzie" 



li.li. Club gum, anyone? .. effigies .. those 



19*8-1958 

WaUo-o-on! 

high arches'! 

A.C.A. Vice-President of "51-'5-2, Representative '4S-'49: 
Treasurer of Preps "48-'49, Vice-President of Preps '49; Vice- 
President of Juniors '40-'5O; "A" Society '50, '51; Bazaar Com- 
mittee '51; Corridor Proctor '49; Chevrons '50 (2), '51 (1): 
Hiking Leader '50, '51, '5-2; Draper Dramatics '50, '51; New 
Girl-Old Girl Party Committee '51: Numeral '49; Posture 
Marker 'IS, '51; Senior Play '51; Sul>- Varsity Basketball '50, 
'51: World Stud. nt Service Fund '49-'50; Davis Hall Marshal 
'50, '51: A.C.A. Christmas Party '4S, '51. 




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Aristeia 
JOAN ROBINSON BAIRD 

1 Sound View Terrace, Greenwich, Connecticut 

1949-1952 "Joan" 



Oh, gee wiz!! . . . wha-a-a-t . 
£ xonian in mail box.'.' 



Is there any more ice cream? 



A. A. A. Vice-President of '51, "A" Society '51, '52; A.D.S. 
Associate '50, '51, '5-2; Bazaar Committee '51; Chapel Proctor 
'49; Chevrons '51; Treasurer of Junior Class '49; Secretary 
of Senior-Mid Class, '51; Courant Staff '51; Draper Dramatics 
'51; Dance Group '51; Hiking Leader '51; Numeral '50; Prom 
Committee '51; Senior Play '51; Stu-G '51; Varsity Hockey 
'49, '50, '51; World Student Service Fund '50. 



LORNA FALLIS BALL 

•2(itf0 Westwood Parkway, Flint, Michigan 



Aristeia 



"Lorna" 



1950-1952 

Grape gum!! . . pardon? . . .hey, let's clean the room! .. .you're 
mocking me.'.' 

A.C.A. President of '51-5-2; Representative "50-'51; Bazaar 
Committee '51; Cheer Leader '51-'52; Treasurer of Senior- 
Mid Class '51; Draper Dramatics '51; Dance Group '51, '5-2: 
Fidelio '51, '5*2; Head of Tennis '51; New Girl-Old Girl Party 
Committee '50, '51, '5-2; Numeral '51; Suh- Varsity Basketball 
'50; Stu-G '51, '5-2; Varsity Basketball; Tennis '51; Davis Hall 
Marshal '50. 





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SALLY ANN BINENKORB 

140 West Main Street, Middletown. New York 

1950-1952 "Binnie" 

Are you serious? . . .that certain Cashmere sweater! . . .cruising on 
the Caribbean! 

A.D.S. Treasurer of '51-'52; Member of "50-'51; Bazaar Com- 
mittee '51; Cheer Leader '51-5-2; Choir '51-'5'2; Fidelio '50-'51, 
'5\-'5i; Senior Play '51. 



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Aristeici 
HARRIETT DICKSON BROWN 

5812 Huntington Avenue, Newport News, Virginia 
1949-1958 "Hutch" 



Someone wash my back. . li.li. Club. 
. . . no soap? 



what's the trouble, bubble 



A.A.A. President of '51-'52; A. ('.A. Representative '50; "A" 
Society '51, '52; A.D.S. '51; Bazaar Committee '51; Corridor 
Pioetor '50; Chevrons '51; Draper Dramatics '51; Head of 
Softball '51; Hiking Leader '50, '51, Numeral '51; Sub-Var- 
sity Hockey '50; Student Government '51-'52; Varsity Soft- 
ball '50, '51; Track '50; Hockey '51; Davis Hall Marshal '51. 





LLOYD CAMP 

166 Oak Ridge Avenue, Summit, New Jersey 
1950-1952 "Lloyd" 

What a jerk. . .right, Church, right. . .not too obvious. . . U. Va. 
. . .what's the act. . . accord ion??? . . .yes, I know! 

Bazaar Committee '51; Cheer Leader, Griffin '50-'51, "51-'52; 
Chapel Proctor '51; Draper Dramatics '50-'51; Dance Group 
'50-'51, '51-'52; Fidelio '51-'52; New Fidelio '51; Senior Play 
'51; Song Leader, Griffin '51-'52; Varsity Basketball '51-'52; 
Yearbook Stan' '51-'52. 



BARBARA ANN CHURCH 

1501 Cleveland Avenue, Wyomissing, Pennsylvania 

1950-1952 "Church" 

Hoy, are you kids going to get it! . . .right, Camp, right. . .Some- 
body stole my / oh, here it is. 

Bazaar Committee '51; Corridor Proctor '51, '52; Hiking 
leader '52; Senior Play '52; Sub- Varsity Basketball '50; Var- 
sity Basketball '52; World Student Service Fund Chairman 
'51-'52. 




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RITA DALE DE ROSA 

26*2 Totowa Road, Totowa Borough, New Jersey 
1949-1952 "Rita" 

Do you really think so??? It looks more dramatic. . .Look at this 
dress. . .Am I getting thinner?? 

Bazaar Committee '50-'51; Cheer Leader '5l-'52; Chapel 
Proctor 'ol-'o^; Corridor Proctor '49-'50; Dance Group '49- 
'50, '50-'51, '51-'5*2; Fidelio '51->2; Posture Marker '49-'50; 
Rec-Room Committee '50-'51; Senior Play '51; New Fidelio 
'51. 



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MARY CTRTISS EDSOX 

107 Maple Avenue, Greenwich, Connecticut 

m9-1952 "Molly" 

I'm so icorried.' . . .always in a fog. . .oh, I'm not mad, I'm just 
in an awful mood. 

Corridor Proctor '50-'51; Numeral '51; Posture Marker '51; 
Senior Play '51; Sub- Varsity Hockey '49; Varsity Hockey '50, 
'51; Softball '51; All-Star Hockey '50 and '51 at Concord; 
World Student Service Fund Representative of '50-'51; 
Captain of the Griffin Team '51-52; Bazaar Committee '51. 





JANE EDWARDS 
55 Hathaway Lane, White Plains, New York 



1949-1952 



"Janie" 



Bilge.'.' . . hi-ho! . . .the hairy hibou . . what an absolute howl! . . . 
oh, to be in Florida.'.' 

Bazaar Committee '51; Corridor Proctor '5l-'5i; Choir '50-'51, 
'52; Secretary Junior Class '50; Fidelio '49-'50-'51-'52; Hiking 
Head of '51-'5-2; Honor Roll '50; Posture Marker '49-'50-'51- 
'52; Senior Play '5-2; Yearbook Staff '51-'5-2; Music Room 
Committee "50-'51-'5-2; Davis Hall Marshal '50. 



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CYNTHIA EMERSON 
31 Everett Avenue. Winchester, Massachusetts 

"Al-Pine" 

"Good morning" ... pick- pick-.'.' "Russian" .. .but, I cuhn't 
i ut it out. 

Bazaar Committee '51: Cm/rant Staff "51-"5^; Draper Dra- 
matic- '51; Senior Plav *51. 





Aristeia 
SARAH JANE EMMONS 

■2 Westbourne Road, Concord, New Hampshire 

iuy.>- "Sarah" 

"Sarie" — "Pretty-eyed baby" . I'll beat you up... rah, rah, 
Xeir Hampshire ... Campagne de jeu . .." Addams and Eril" 
fiend. 

Bazaar Committee "51; Chapel Proctor '51-'52; Corridor Proc- 
tor '50-"51: Treasuier of the Juniors '50; Vice-President of 
Senior-Mids '51; Courant Staff '51-5-2: Fidelio "51-'5-2: Head 
of Gym "51-'5-2; Honorable Mention '5^2; Numeral '51: Posture 
Marker "50, '51; Senior Play '51; Stu-G Secretary of '51-'5-2: 
Varsity Basketball '50, '51. 









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ROSARIO KSPAILLAT 
Calle Mella, Santiago, Dominican Republic, West Indies 
19J8-195S "Rosario" 

My cousin from Watertoicn called. . I just can't stand it! 
I think I'll knit. . He's so Americanized.' 

Corridor Proctor '50: Hiking Leader '51; Numeral .51: Prom 
Committee '5-2: Senior Play .51: Yearbook Staff '51-*52; 
Bazaar Committee "51. 




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NANCY MARGARET FARACI 

-19 Maple Avenue, North Andover, Massachusetts 

19W-1952 "Gigi" 

01 right! . . I that I'd die! . . .fluttering fingers. . .should I cut 
nu/ hair? . . .fingernails? . . How do you do the. . . . 

Bazaar Committee '51; Fidelio '51-'52; Senior Play '51; Day 
Student Play Committee '48. 



1950-1952 



GAIL MIRIAM FREESE 

69 West Broadway, Bangor, Maine 



"Gail' 



Horses!! .. .1 get my R's and W's mixed up liango!!! ... 
You know what I mean . . gee wiz, what am I going to do? 

Bazaar Committee '51; Head of Riding '51-'5-2; World Stu- 
dent Service Fund Representative of '51-'5 L 2. 





ELIZABETH POST GARVEY 

38 Cherry Street, Douglaston, Long Island, New York 
19^.9-1952 "Betsy" 

Pogo . . . 



Why liinny! 
I think it best 



.ooh! . anyone hare any magazines? . 
. right, right — check! 



A.C.A. Representative of '49-'50, Treasurer '51-'5-2; Bazaar 
Committee '51; Head of Corridor Proctor '50; President of 
Senior-Mid Class '51; Draper Dramatics '51; Dance Group 
'50, '51, '52; Heads of Sports of Dance '5-2; New Girl-Old Girl 
Party Committee '51; Numeral '51, Prom Committee '51; 
Senior Play '51; Varsity Basketball '51; Brooks Play '51. 



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PERSIS GOODNOW 

Swanzey Center, New Hampshire 



"Percy 



Rah, rah. New Hampshire.'. . .Sir Toby, Sir Toby Belch. .. 
fa/ hats . . may I hare a sour ball* 

"\" Society "51-"52: Corridor Proctor "49. "51-52 Secretary of 
Seniors: Hiking Leader "51; Numeral '50: Senior Play "51: 
Yearbook Star! "51-"52: Bazaar Committee "51. 





Arisieia 
ELIZABETH GRIFFITHS 

275 Manhattan Avenue. Crestwood, Tuckahoe 7. New York 

-1952 "Betsy" 

Saturday leaves in the phone booth. . .hearen*.'.' Toronto hey 

kids. 

Class Officer: President of Senior- " .5 1 - " .5 -2 : A.C.A. Representa- 
tive "49-'5<i. Bazaar Committee '51; Chapel Proctor "51; Cor- 
ridor Proctor "51: Junior Class Secretary '49; Treasurer of 
Senior-Mids '50; Courant Staff "51-"52: Draper Dramatics '51: 
Fidelio "51-"52: Forum "51-"52: Hiking Leader '50-"51: Honor 
Roll "51: Numeral '51: Posture Marker "51: Prom Committee 
'52: Senior Play "51: Song Leader '49-*50; "5<i-'51: Class Song 
Leader: Stu-G "51-"52. 



CORNELIA NORMA HAMILTON 

160-17 33rd Avenue, Flushing, New York 

1951-1958 ' nnie" 

Hey you kids, listen to this Ski Patrol . . College weekends. . . 
Anytime. . fire o'clock parking. 

A.C.A. Representative "51-"52: Chapel Proctor "51-"52; Cor- 
ridor Proctor '54: Forum '51-*52. 







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ELIZABETH HAMMONS 

Dearborn Avenue, Hampton, New Hampshire 
1950-195% "Liz" 

Lizard .." Pete" party, party!! .. .Bank of America., 
always food in the room. 

Bazaar Committee '.51: Chapel Proctor '.5-2: Senior Play '51. 



Cum Laude 

MARY DOZIER HAWES 

Oenoke Ridge, New Canaan, Connecticut 
1949-1952 

Comes- the dawn, 1 !, hey hie. . .bourn!. Man dieu!! . 



Aristeia 



"Dodo" 



"A" Society "51-'5-2; Bazaar Committee '51; Corridor Proctor 
'50; Chevrons '51 (2); Choir '51-'52; Draper Dramatics '51; 
New Fidelio '49; Fidelio '50-'51, "51-'5-2; Hiking Leader '51; 
Honorable Mention '51, .5-2; Honor Roll '49, .50. .51; Numeral 
'50; Posture Marker '50; Senior Play '51; Sub-Varsity '49: 
Hockey '50; Tennis, Varsity '50, '51; Hockey '51; Tennis; 
Stu-G Vice-President of "51-'5-2; Music Room Committee 
'50-'51, '51-'5-2; Davis Hall Marshal '51. 





Cum Laude 

SUSAN SMITH HUNTER 

South Campo Road, Westport, Connecticut 

1950-1952 

Perry, will you please shape up?, complete panic, 
leenereenio'.! . . Careful of the curb, Luke.' . . hey, babe! 



"Sue" 
Jacka- 



A.D.S. '50-'51, "51-'5 i 2; Bazaar Committee '51; Chapel Proctor 
"50-'51; Corridor Proctor '51, 'oi\ Courant Start' "50-'51, Editor- 
in-Chief '51-'5*2; Fidelio '51-'52; Honor Roll '51; French Play 
given with P. A. '51. 



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LEILA-JEAN HUTCHINS 

.501 Highland Road, Ithaca, Now York 
1950-1952 "Lee" 

That Cornell campus. . . I really should be studying. . Exeter. . . 

Guitar fiend. 

Bazaar Committee '51; Chapel Proctor '51-'52; Choir '51-'52; 
Dance Group '51-'52; Fidelio '50-'51, '51-'52; Forum '50-'51; 
Senior Play '51. 








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< NANCY JAYNE 
500 Lake View Avenue, Orlando, Florida 



1950-1952 



'.lay tie" 



Are you really from Florida?. . .we always do that down South! 
. . hey, you-all . . .what's the matter with my spoodie hat. 

Bazaar Committee '51; Chapel Proctor 'S^; Forum '50-'51; 
Hiking Leader 'Sl-'S^; New Girl-Old Girl Party Committee 
'51; Senior Play '51; Yearbook Staff 'Sl-^. 



1950-1952 



CHALOEMKWAN KBISHNAMRA 

244 Rajvithi Road, Bangkok, Siam 



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'Kris' 

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Oopsil . .great lore for kitchen music (Latin), 
"confidentially st-e-e-nk" . . . oh-ia-ie! 

\.( '.A. Representative '51-'52; Bazaar Committee '51; Chapel 
Proctor '51-'52; Draper Dramatics '50; Dance (iroup '51-'52; 
Hiking Leader \51-'52; Senior Play '51. 




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KAREN LARSON 

642 Milwaukee Road, Beloit, Wisconsin 



1W9-1952 



"Karen" 



I'm going on a diet. . .I've come to the conclusion . . . what's the 
matter. . .she's driving me crazy! 

A.C.A. Representative '51-'52; Courant Staff '51-'52; Draper 
Dramatics '51; Honor Roll '49, '51; Posture Marker '50, '52; 
Senior Play '51; Madrigal Group '51-'52; Bazaar Committee 
'51. 



JANET LEACH 

1(1 Beach Bluff Avenue, Swampscott, Massachusetts 

1950-1952 "Leach" 

Jazzy!! . . .it's imperative . . "Charlie My Hoy" strictly buddy 
buddy I like it! 

Bazaar Committee '51; Cheer Leader '51-'52; Chapel Proctor 
'50-'51, '51-'52; Corridor Proctor '51-'52; Draper Dramatics 
'50-'51; Dance Group '51-5-2: Fidelio '50-'51, '51-'5"2; New 
Fidelio '50; Forum '50-'51; Hiking Leader '51-'52; Rec-Room 
Committee '51-'52; Senior Play '51. 





Cum Laude 

ANNE ANDERSON LORD 
284 Puritan Road, Swampscott, Massachusetts 
1950-1952 



'Anne' 



Whoppee-doo! . . Mercy Maud. . .toodle-oo! . . . music for "The 
Pirates" . . naive???. . ."On the Sunny side of the Street." 

Bazaar Committee '51; Chapel Proctor '51; Corridor Proctor 
'51; Secretary of Senior-Mids '50-'51; Fidelio President '51-'52, 
Member '50-'51; Forum '50-'51; Head of Riding '52; Hiking 
Leader '51; Honorable Mention '51-'52; Neics '51-'52; Music 
Room Committee '51-'52. 




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MARIA LOUKOPOULOU 

7 Periandrou Street, Kouponia, Athens, Greece 
1951-1958 "Maria" 



In Greece we have ten majors . I like it. 
me Quit or I'll throw water mi you. 



Hey!! That's not for 





Aristeia 
ANN LEIGHTON LYONS 

i Judges Lane, Smithtown Branch, Long Island, New York 

1949-1952 "Leo" 

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hair 



.'/•' 



What a monster .. .how grubby... now wait. 
haven't <j<>t the vaguest idea. 

Vice-President of Senior Class '51-'52; A.C.A. Representative 
'4!)-'50; "A" Society '51-'52; A.D.S. '51-'52; Bazaar Committee 
'51; Corridor Proetor '49, '51), '51; Draper Dramatics '50, '51; 
Fidelio '51-'5£; Head of Hockey '51; Numeral '51; Posture 
Marker '50; Prom Committee '52; Recreation Room Com- 
mittee '50, '51, '5-2; Sub- Varsity Hockey '5()-'51; Stu-G '51-'52; 
Yeakbook Start' '51-'52. 



CONSTANCE RUTH MARKERT 

56 Chestnut Street, Andover, Massachusetts 
1948-1952 "Connie" 



"I se amir imagination' 

curlers gurgler. 



I'i'.l 



'■ha i ned tin can 



AAA. Secretary of '51-'52; "A" Society '51-'52; President of 
Junior Class 'I!); Vice-President of Senior-Mid Class '50; 
Fidelio '51-'52; Head of Gym '51-'52; Honor Roll '4-i); Numeral 
'50; Prom Committee '50; Senior Play '51; Sub- Varsity 
Basketball '50; Lacrosse '51; Varsity Basketball '51; Stu-G 

'49, '50; Yearbook Staff '51-'52; Treasurer of Day Students 
'51-'52; Bazaar Committee '51. 




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1948-1952 



SIMONE MAY MATHEY 

Lowerledge, Littleton, New Hampshire 



Funny one. . .what's her trouble. . .gooder!!. . funniest thing I 
ever did see. . .got the image? 

"A" Society 'Sl-'S^; A.D.S. 'Sl-'S'i; Bazaar Committee '51; 
Chevrons '51; Secretary of Prep Class '48-'49 (2 terms); 
Draper Dramatics '51; New Fidelio '50; Fidelio 'ol-'o^; Head 
of Gym '51-'5-2; Numeral '50; Posture Marker '51; Sub- Var- 
sity Basketball '58; Tennis '50; Varsity Basketball '51; Tennis 
'51; Yearbook Staff '5\-'5i; A.C.A. Christmas Play '49 
(Director). 



ANNE PHYLLIS MERCHANT 

14 Canterbury Street, Andover, Massachusetts 
19^8-1952 "Merck" 



Come on gals, pep it up. 
some brothers. 



They call me redhead. . two hand- 



A.A.A. Captain of the Gargoyles 'Sl-'oi; "A" Society '51-'52; 
A.D.S. '51-' 52; Bazaar Committee '51; Cheer Leader 'Sl-'S'-i; 
Chapel Proctor '5l-'5'2\ Corridor Proctor '48, '52; Chevrons 
'51 (1); Draper Dramatics '50, '51; Hiking Leader '51-52; 
Numeral '50; Senior Play '51; Sub- Varsity Softball '50; 
Varsity Tennis '51; Softball '51. 





JULIA ELIZABETH MERRIWETHER 

Nyala Farm R.D. No. 1, Malvern, Pennsylvania 

19^8-1952 "Judy" 

Along came Bill... For Heaven's sake!! .. .Where's my room- 
matey? ... Love Virginia .. .this New England weather!!... 
irhat a complete panic. 

Bazaar Committee '51; Chapel Proctor '51-'5£; Corridor Proc- 
tor '49, '50; Choir '50-'51, '51-'52; Fidelio '50-'51, '51-'5->; 
New Fidelio '49-'50; Forum '49-'50, '51-'5-2; Head of Lacrosse 
'50-'51; Numeral '5i; Rec-Room Committee '51-'52; Senior 
Play '51; Song Leader '51-'5-2 (School); Sub- Varsity Lacrosse 
"50-'51; Yearbook Staff 'Sl-'S^; Music Room Committee 
"51-'52. 



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NANCY BARBARA Ml I II 

7 Hi Crosswieks Road, Jenkintown, Pennsylvania 

luy.i-l '.'.-,.> "Nancy" 

The big mooth. . caught with the flashlight again. .Penn- 
sylvania!!, where' s that wax. 

Diaper Dramatics '.51: Bazaar Committee '51, Head of 
Fencing '51; Posture Marker '50: Senior Play '51; Abbot-P.A. 

Art Contest, third place '.50. 





HELEN LUSTIG NKISSER 

Malecon -2S de Julio 405, Miraflores. Lima. Peru 
1949-1952 -Helen" 

Kris!? .. .never without her camera... you know irhalY 
Poodle'.'.. . .10 lbs. of candy from my Father's friend .' 

Bazaar Committee '51; Corridor Proctor '50; Draper Dra- 



matics '51: Dance G 



roil]) 



'49-'50, '51-'52: Fidelio '50-'51-'5-2: 



Head of Dance "51-'5-2; Numeral '52. Posture Marker '52: 
Senior Plav '51; Varsity Lacrosse '51. 



MARION AUGUSTA NOSS 

n2 Elm Street, Andover, Massachusetts 

i:iy.,-iu.-,j "Gussie" 

Sixth period riot. Ming Sing... Hi, hi-hi! .. .uncontrollable 
laughter hick it. 

A.C.A. Representative of "51 -'5-2: Bazaar Committee .51: 
Day Scholar Proctor '49, .52; Fidelio "51-'52: Honorable 
Mention '50; Senior Plav '51; Day Student Dance Committee 
'51 




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NANCY PENWELL 

44 Salem Street, Andover, Massachusetts 
1948-1952 "Nancy" 



The Yeakbook is going bankrupt. . .isn't that nice 

period riot. . aches and pains. 



, sixth 



Bazaar Committee '51; Fidelio 'ol-'o^; Head of Basketball 
'51; Honorable Mention '49, '50;) Numeral '51; Prom Com- 
mittee '52; Senior Play '51; Varsity Basketball '49, '51; La- 
crosse '51; Yeahbook Staff '51-'52; Day Scholar Dance Com- 
mittee '50. 



JAQUELIN RANDOLPH PERRY 

Parade Hill Lane, New Canaan, Connecticut 
1950-1952 -.Jackie" 

That Laugh! . . marrone. . you're aching for it. . .defrost. 
Susanavitck! . . par mafigie. 

A.D.S. '50-'51, '51-'52; Bazaar Committee '51; Treasurer of 
Senior Class '51-'5'2; World Student Service Fund Representa- 
tive '50-'51; French Play given with P.A. '51. 





CLARA ETHEL REYNOLDS 

8 Hamilton Street, Salem, Massachusetts 
1949-1952 "Clara" 

Stop it ".4/ Pine" . . .those square dances. . .good news!.'. . .I'll 
smack you. . turned-up collar. 

Bazaar Committee '51; Chapel Proctor '49-'50. 



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Cum La tide Aristcia 

ANNE LEIGHTON SANBORN 

Hidden Field. Phillips Academy, Andover, Massachusetts 
1948-195 "Anne" 

That pocketbook! .. .Stardust. . very subtle humor. . .you're 

hopeless! . I nearly perished. 

"A" Society '50-'51, '51- '52; Bazaar Committee '51; Chevrons 
'51, '.V2; Courant Start' "50-'51, *51-*5-2; Fidelio '51-'52; Honor 
Roll "4S-'l9, '49-'50, 'S0-'51, '51-*52; Numeral '+!•; Posture 
Marker '51-'52; Senior Play ,51; Sul> Varsity Lacrosse '51; 
Stu-G '51-.5-2; Head of Day Students '51-'52. 





1948-1952 



SANDRA VIRGINIA SMITH 
Westford, Massachusetts 



"Sandy' 



Oh, yeasss! . . how gorgeous 
puddy-dog. 



vdous 



tolls like thith!!. 



A.C.A. Secretary of *51-'52; A.D.S. '51-'52 (Associate I; 
Bazaar Committee '51; Chapel Proctor "48-'49; Corridor 
Proctor '49, '50, '51, '5-2; Fidelio '5\-'5~>; Forum '51-5-2; New 
Girl-Old Girl Party Committee '51; Numeral '50; Rec-Room 
Committee "51-'5-2; Senior Plav '51. 



• 



DEBORAH JEAN SNOVER 

-271 Ridgewood Avenue, Glen Ridge, New Jersey 
1950-1952 "Debby" 

Phone calls! . . . Bearer Lake . .oh, those singing lessons but 
in New Jersey! . . . I wooon't! 

A.D.S. member of '5\-'52; Bazaar Committee '51; Cheer 
Leader '50-'51, 'Sl-'o'i; Courant Start Fditorial Board '50-'51; 
Business Manager "51-'5-2; Draper Dramatics '51; Dance 
Croup '50-.51, "51-'5-2; Fidelio '51-.5-2: Hiking Leader '51-.V2; 
Numeral '5-2; Prom Committee ~r>: Senior Play '51; Varsity 
Tennis '51; Davis Hall Marshal '50-'51. 




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ANNA OLGA STEFANI 

244 South Main Street, Andover, Massachusetts 
1U8-1952 "Anna" 

Let's face it. . .come off it. . alarm clock blues. . .the funniest 
thing I ever did see . . . Connie, do I have to know this? 

Bazaar Committee '51; Draper Dramatics '51; Fidelio '50-'51, 
'51-'52; Numeral '50; Senior Play '51; Sub Varsity Hockey 
'50; Varsity Hockey '51; Yearbook Staff '51-'52; Day Student 
Dance Committee '50; Day Student Play Committee '48. 



JOAN COLES WALL 

150 West Norwalk Road, Darien, Connecticut 
1949-1952 "Joany" 

Oh, how divine .. That Bowdoin weekend... I wish I was at 
Martha's Vineyard. . . You just dont know . . .complete panic. 

Bazaar Committee '51; Cheer Leader '51-'52; Chapel Proctor 
'51-'52; Hiking Leader '51-'52; Prom Committee '52; Senior 
Play '51; Song Leader of the Senior Class '51-'52; Varsity 
Tennis '51; Davis Hall Marshal '50. 





BETSY WASKOWITZ 

33 Wightman Road, New Britain, Connecticut 
m8-1952 "Wasko" 



Sixth period practice!! . . .oh, really f . 
bank to play bingo! 



grub! . . been robbin the 



"A" Society '50-'52, President of '51-'52; A.D.S. '50-'51, '51- 
'52; Bazaar Committee '51; Cheer Leader '51-'52; Corridor 
Proctor '49-'50; Chevrons (2) '50, '51 (1); Choir '51-'52, Treas. 
of the Prep Class '49; Dance Group '50-'51; '51-'52; Fidelio 
'50-'51, '51-'52; Hiking Leader '50-'51, '51-'52; Honor Roll 
'49; Numeral '49; Posture Marker '49-'50; Rec-Room Com- 
mittee '51-'52; Senior Play '51; Sub Varsity Lacrosse '51; 
Varsity '50, '51; Basketball; Yearbook Staff '51-'52; Brooks 
Play '51; Davis Hall Marshal '50. 



[27] 



MARGERY DEAN WEBB 

Madison Green, Madison, Connecticut 

1950-1952 -Margie" 

Which twin has the Font? ... Speech Orator .. ."dearharl" .. . 
Dropez Mart. . .Bang! Crash! That's the sixth time today. 

A.D.S. Member of '50-'51; President of '51-'52; Bazaar Com- 
mittee '.)1 . 





KATHRYN SCHERBY WEINBERG 

319 West College Terrace, Frederick, Maryland 
1951-1952 "Kate" 

What de hay. . I'll give you a shot in the head!! . . .wheelbarrow 
the twitch . . . ski mobile . . . can of peas. 

Chapel Proctor '51-'5'-2; Head of Minor Sports '5\-5Z\ Honor 
Roll first term \51; Varsity Basketball '51. 



EMMA FRANCES WILLMAN 

()(i Alfred Drowne Road, West Barrington, Rhode Island 

1950-1952 "Em" 

Everyone wail for Em .... Tell me all about it . . . Hill's nice. . . 
I'm from Providence . . .you know. . . 

Bazaar Committee '51; Chapel Proctor '51-'52; Choir '51-'52; 
Fidelio '50-'51; '51-'5"2; Senior Play '51-'52. 




[28] 






JOAN GAIL WOOD 

101 West Shore Drive, Marblehead, Massachusetts 
1949-1952 "Woodie" 



Don't worry about it. . eight years hence??? "all right;/" . 
from Tufts today (letters, that is). 



Tiro 



A.C.A. Christmas Party '50, '51; Bazaar Committee '51; 
Chapel Proctor '50; Corridor Proctor '50, '51, 'oi; Vice-Presi- 
dent of Senior-Mids '50; President of Senior-Mids '51; Fidelio 
'51-'52; Head of Tennis '51; Numeral '50; Posture Marker '50; 
Senior Play '51; .Sub- Varsity Lacrosse '50; Stu-G "50-'51; 
Varsity Tennis '50, '51, '52; Basketball '50; World Student 
Service Fund; Representative of '5l-'5i. 




ARISTEIA 

Standing: Sarah Emmons and Anne Sanborn 

Second Row: Betsy Griffiths, Betsy Aldrirh, Ann Lyons, Martha Artz, Harriett Broun 

Third Row: Joan liaird, Mori/ Dozier flours, Lorna Hall 



[29] 



SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS 
Betsy Griffiths, President; Ann Lyons, Vice President; Persis Goodnow, Secretary; Jaquelin Perry, Treasurer 




CUM LAUDE SOCIETY MEMBERS, CLASS OF 1952 
Susan Hunter, Anne Sanborn, Mar)/ Dozier II awes, Anne Lord 



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you'll have a phone call ! 

Rain or Shine 

First floor old wing will always 
have a coat for vou. 

Important December Event 

Big powder fight on third floor. 
Wanted: Janitor to clean up the 
mess. 

Hey, Dad! 

Did winter put extra tonnage 
and poundage on you? Resume 
your slenderness. Join the "Bare- 
bones Parliament" on first floor 
old wing at nine o'clock. 

Clearance 

Fiftv-seven half -used boxes of 
Kleenex left over from "Place in 
the Sun." 



Needed 

Policeman to direct Senior-Mid 
traffic on first unchaperoned Satur- 
day leave in Boston. 

Something to Wear to Calling Hour 

Come to old wing. Bargains 
galore! All colors, styles, and sizes 
available. Don't miss! 

As Silent as a Hush 

The new soundproof telephone 
booth provides a quieter, less con- 
fused office ! 

Why Be a Slave to Afternoon Study? 

Take your once-a-month lights, 
and feel secure ! 

Available 

Twenty-six qualified Quiz Kids. 
Experience . . . One year of Miss 
Roth's English History Course. 
(Please don't apply to Miss Roth 
for references.) 

Abbot Bazaar Success 

The Senior-Mids did it with our 
little white elephants, wishing well, 
and surprise games. AVe sold 
Spring and Laughter at no extra 

cost. 



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SEXIOR-MIDS 
Back Row: ./. Gaines, S. Suayne, X. Smedley, A. Kennedy, M. Gross, C. Nyce, J. Pinkham, G. Dunton, C. Hardin 
Second Row: M . Schneider, D. Stevenson, A. Stoddard, M . Grant, M . Scandura, R. Sidon, D. Bethell, P. Richardson, 

P. Earhart, E. Audi 
First Row: C. Weldon, A. Zuill, N. Bailey, N. Starr, J. Nunn, D. Pettit, M. Besso, M. Weir, /,. Miller 




SENIOR-MID CLASS 
Back Row: E. Hollister, E. Smith. ./. Wilson, M. Williams, P. Eveleth, If. Moore, II. Glidden, ('. Burton, P. Jackson 
Second Row: C. Gomez, B. Berley, J. Wilcox, E. Ilitzrot, J. Van Eman, P. Bushnell. E. Stem, ./. Bouden, II. Mar- 

rell, D. Schoonmaker 
First Row: B. Hekma, A. Clark, C. Benedict, A. Taylor, S. Martin, II. Van Dusen, .V. Edmonds, B. Boyle, M. Goodnow 

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JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS 
Standing: B. Beeson, ./. Wheeler, P. de Cholnoky, 

L. Burgiel 
Sitting: ./. Prior, S. Larter, S. Thayer, A. Synnott 



Just Juniors 



DRAPER 

Visitors on Sunday morning with 
beds not made — evening study 
hall in closets. . .strange forms 
revolving from ceilings. . .mops 
down the dust chute . . . "got 
anv literature?" . . . blueberrv 
pies. . .scantily clad figures div- 
ing into closets . . . Brownies from 
R.I. . . . and most of all those figs. 

HOMESTEAD 

Dick ! . . . Swing and sway with 
Miss Frisian's chandelier . . . 
"anybody got anything to eat?" 
. . .jazz from Miss Peddle's bou- 
doir. . .soirees in the night. . . 
fumes from cheese and canned 
fish . . . Miss Coffin's cheery 
"good-night" . . . harmonious 
howling-long underwear . . . saun- 
tering around the corridor. . . 
Bessie's ceiling whoops it up 
after lights . . . 

SHERMAN 

Oh! those squeaking floors. . . 



chickum . . . "anybody goin' 
down to the rec room?"... 
"come on and waddle with me" 
. . . "Willy" . . . cinnamon . . . 
loaves of crust bread. . .noc- 
turnal rendevous . . . chuckle- 
face. . .crowded closets (?)... 
that marshmallow party . . . night 
after mid-years ... "using your 
flashlight tonight?" . . . Pretzels 
. . .Proctor week-end. 
ABBEY 

"What do you think this is, any- 
wav, a hotel?" . . . "How's your 
beevah?" . . . east is east and Best 
is Best . . . Sudden urges for poet- 
ry at 5:00 A.M.. . .those preps 
. . . atomic bomb raid . . . what we 
need are double beds, n'est-ce- 
pas? 

Mavbe we are like the scattered 
pieces of a jig-saw puzzle now, but 
next year the pieces will be put 
together under a Draper roof, and 
the picture will be complete. 



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JUNIORS 

Back Row: //. Dunn, B. Beeson, L. de Cholnoky, M. Belknap, /»'. West, C. St. John, J. Wheeler 
Second Row: S. Jones, D. Cookman, C. Cox, F. Nolde, D. Niemtmd, N. Fricl, M. Moore, P. Emery 
Front Row: S. Liberty, S. Thayer, M . Young, J. Prior, P. Stainton, (!. Hunted, S. Fraser 




JUNIORS 

Back Row: M . Fvrst, I.. Burgiel, A. Gerald, M. Woalverton, S. Harrington, V, Brodeur, B. Gramkow 

Second Row: /•,'. Edwards, N. I . Smith, L. Garretson, P. Sanborn, P. Skillin, B. Harmon, L. Carroll, M . Ludlow 

Front Row: .4. Synott, .1. Norwood, A. Doris, J. Wei, A. Cramer, S. Barter. F. Williamson, G. Schwab 



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PREP CLASS OFFICERS 

Standing: D. Fleming. L. Oibbs, ('. Emery, M . //<»/- 

brook 
Sitting: N. Eatlham, P. Carpenter, ./. Robinson, 

L. Hanson 

The Preps 

Hardly a teacher will be alive 
After .struggling through "till '55. 

From Big Town to Hoosier, Panama to 

Maine. 
We end up at Abbot, wracking our brain. 

Idioms, vocabs, History dates 
Keep us bound within "the gates;" 

But when we need a social thrill 
We go to a dance with the boys on the 
hill. 

Because of the walks we take every day. 
We're popular with the boys at P. A. 

The day scholar preps* collection of men 
Outnumber the boarder-' twenty to ten. 

The boarders, poor things, read love 

books galore 
To make up the 1<>>^ and even the score. 

To the outside world there are weekend 

trip-. 
And those who go off bring back a few tip-. 




Parties and dances, even if mild. 
Leave books hardly opened and homework 
gets piled. 

The corridors of Abbey well into the night 
Are filled with whispering and barefoot 
flight. 

( lookies, chocolate, crackers and chee-c 
With many on diets these are a tease. 

Long be remembered that fateful day 
Y\ hen "the accident." floated our slippers 
away. 

Sports of all kinds are required here, 
In all kinds of weather, all times of the 
year. 

The dangerous ski trails we preps have to 

ride! 
Up the "steep" hill, then down "suicide." 

You can see now why we all agree 
That after we graduate "our" teachers 
won't "be"'. 

Alas, alack, though hard you may strive, 
You'll never be like THE Class <>f '55! 



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PREP CLASS 

Back Row: C. Hubbard, M. HoUrrook, L. Morley, A. Cleveland, A. Moulton, J. Lamprey, G. Harrison, L. Gibbs, J. 

Morelli 
Second Row: D. Fleming, P. Frijling, P. Coryell, N. Eastham, C. Maynard, G. Baldwin, C. Howes, M. Hewins, D. 

Sorota 
First Row: P. Carpenter, C. Emery, L. Hanson, M. Cooper, M. Minard, C. Higgins, ./. Robinson, S. Schleman 




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STUDENT GOVERNMENT EXECUTIVE 

COUNCIL 

1 sanbom, S. Emmons, B. Aldrich, D. Howes, II. 
Brown, L. Ball 



Student 
Government 

From the time a girl enters the 
gates of Abbot, she automatically 
becomes a member of the Student 
Government body and works to 
accept her new responsibilities as 
part of the school. 

This year we are ever so proud 
of their genuine interest in each 
individual at Abbot. Fundamental- 
ly, the Student Government is the 
co-operation between the students 
and faculty to work for mutual 
understanding. 

We are grateful for Betsy's help 
and interest in each and everv one 
of us. An able leader, she has led 
the student council with intelli- 
gence and helpfulness. The student 
council has demonstrated their 
great ability in creating an atmos- 
phere of contentment and co-op- 
eration. 




STUDENT GOVERNMENT 

P. Carpenter, ./. Robinson, .1 . Baird, M . Ariz, A. Lyons, P. Jackson. C. Hardin, D. Schoonmaker, D. Peltit, S. Larter, 

S. Thayer 
Sitting: .1. Sanborn, S. Emmons, B. Aldrich, M . Have.", II. Brown, L. Ball 

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Abbot Christian 
Association 

As we look back on the A.C.A., 
we are filled with grateful apprecia- 
tion for their reverent and inspiring 
Wednesday morning chapels and 
their numerous and interesting 
charitable activities. 

The year commenced with the 
success of the New Girl-Old Girl 
party bringing about many lasting 
friendships. With the sending of 
the Christmas dolls to the Hind- 
man Settlement, the party for the 
underprivileged children in Ando- 
ver, the baskets of fruit and the 
visits to the Old Folks' Home, the 
true Christinas spirit was attained. 
Perhaps the most lasting impres- 
sion of the A.C.A. was the beauty 
and serenity of the candlelight 
Christmas Service. With the help- 
ful assistance of the World Student 




A.C.A. OFFICERS 

Secretary, S. Smith; President, L. Ball; Vice-Presi- 
dent, M. Ariz; Treasurer, B. Garvey 

Service Fund Committee, the 
A.C.A. reached its ultimate success 
for the year 1952. 




A.C.A. REPRESENTATIVES 
Back Row: K. Larson, ./. Wheeler, C. Hamilton, C. Krishnamra, M. Fnrst, P. Earhart 
Second Row: S. Schleman, C. Gomez, G. Baldwin, P. Skillin, M. Noss, M. Goodnow 
First Row: S. Smith, M. Artz, L. Ball, B. Garvey 

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Exeter Concert 




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Shakespeare's TWELFTH NIGHT was presented 
by the Senior Class, December lit, 1951 



THE PIRATES OF PENZANCE was presented by 
Fidelio and the Phillips Academy Glee Club on the 
nights of April 18th and 19th, 1952. 



ABBOTT DRAMATIC SOCIETY 
Back Row: Susan Hunter, Deborah Schoonmaker, 
Sarah Sivayne, Carol Hardin, Julie Gaines, Patricia 
Earhart, J aquelin Perry Front Row: Anne Merchant, 
Nancy Edmonds, Ann Kennedy, Margery Webb 
(president), Nancy Bailey, Simone Mathey, Deborah 
Snover 






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Courant 



W ill we ever forget Suzy running 
around like mad collecting work 
for the Courant! As most everyone 

* 

knows, being editor of Courant is a 
real honor and also loads of work. 
It has been the Abbot literary 
magazine for years, with the inten- 
tion of unveiling some of the 
school's talent and also to encourage 
the writing of more material. Coif- 
rant is published twice a year and 
contains stories, poems, and essays, 
chosen for their admittance by the 
Courant board. Under Suzy's won- 
derful leadership and the helpful 
guidance of Miss Sweeney Courant 
has been a great success. This job 
really takes patience and these 
people, chosen for their outstand- 
ing qualities, have made the Cour- 
ant better than ever before. It is 
publications like this in a school 
like Abbot that give girls like us a 
chance to show what we can do 
and for the readers to acquire an 
inspiration from these write-ups. 



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The Circle 

One of the most exciting mo- 
ments of our Abbot life was Miss 
Hearsey's announcement in chapel 
that we were to be the authors of 
the famous Abbot Circle. The 
yearbook at Abbot is the most val- 
uable part of our senior year. We 
must admit that the work was dif- 
ficult, especially deciding on the 
theme and the layout and draw- 
ings, but before we fully realized it 
each of us was responsible for a 
particular job, and to work we 
went. Those memorable Friday 
night meetings seemed terribly 
long and presented many difficult 
problems, but with Mrs. Reeves' 
helpful advice this yearbook re- 
sulted in what we hope is a suc- 
cess. Our staff was made up of the 
following girls: Judy Merriwether, 
wonderful Editor-in-Chief, Nancy 
Penwell, Business Manager, and 
those professional reporters, Nancy 
Jayne, Jane Edwards, Connie 
Markert, Persis Goodnow, Rosario 
Espaillat, Lloyd Camp, Ann Lyons, 
Anna Stefani, Simone Ma they. 
Betsy Waskowitz, our talented 
Art Editor. 









AAA. 
Treasurer, A. Allen; President, //. Brown; Vice- 
President, J. Baird; Absent: Secretary, C. Markert 



Abbot Athletic 
Association 

The Abbot Athletic Association 
plays a very important part in the 
life of an Abbot girl. Not only is 
her cooperation needed in playing 
a certain sport, but also in taking 
her walks and encouraging others 
to do likewise. This year we have 
been verv fortunate to have a 
wonderful president, Butch Brown, 
who has inspired each and every 
one of us to take a deep interest in 
the athletic functions of the school 
year. Joan Baird was our vice- 
president; Connie Markert, secre- 
tarv and Anisia Allen, treasurer. 
But how could we ever forget our 
team captains; Ann Merchant as 
head of the Gargoyles and Molly 
Edson as head of the Griffins. 




THE "A" SOCIETY 

Back Row: Ann Merchant, Nancy Penwell, Mary 

Dozier II a ires, Molly Edson 
Middle Row: Constance Markert, Betsy Aid rich, 

Anisia Allen, Martha Artz, Anne Sanborn, Joan 

Baird and Persia Goodnow. 
Bottom Row: Helen Xeisser, Ann Lyons, Harriett 

Brown, Betsy Waskowitz, and Simone Matin y 



TEAM CAPTAINS 

Molly Edson - Griffin 
Ann Merchant - Gargoyle 



Abbot Athletics 

The athletic competition at Ab- 
bot is wonderful, shown through 
the desire of every girl to be a 
member of the A Society and per- 
haps even to attain her white Abbot 
blazer. Through the help and in- 
spiration of Miss Ritchie, Miss 
Peddle and Miss Judd, the ath- 
letic fever has spread throughout 
the school and every girl wakes up 
on field day with an inborn excite- 
ment at the thought of the fun 
ahead. Not only do we enjoy play- 
ing in the games but also getting 
hoarse through cheering. Will we 
ever forget that rainy fall field 
day with the dripping wet hair and 
the drenched gym suits? Through 
Merch and Molly this year has 
been a terrific one and we all 
fought hard to the finish. 




SONG LEADERS 
L. Camp, J. Merriwether, 11. Van Duseu 




GRIFFIN CHEER LEADERS 
F. Nolde, J. Gaines, M. Stevenson, L. Camp, L. Hall, 
R. DeRosa, J. Leach 



GARGOYLE CHEER LEADERS 
G. Schwab, D. Snover, ,1. Wall, J. Nunn, S. Binen- 

korb, L. Carroll, B. Waskowitz, M. Grant, E. llitzrot 



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Gargoyles 

This year, as in other years, the 
Gargoyles have had a hard fight 
against Gus's disciples, but be- 
cause of Merch, whose pep and 
spirit keep the team on its toes, 
the Gargoyles have always "come 
out fighting." Fall field day was 
quite damp, but that didn't damp- 
en the spirits of the Gargoyles. 
Lister strutted proudly while Kim 
and Merch, along with the rest of 
the team, shouted until then- 
voices were no more and the team 
inarched on to victory. Although 
the season is not yet over, the 
Gargoyles "will never yield until 
they get that shield, with their 
spirit that marches along." 



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GARGOYLE BASKETBALL TEAM 
Standing: .1/. Moore, E. Stem, B. Church, K. Wein- 

burg, B. Waskoiritz, S. Mathey 
Sitting: ./. Wilson, N . Penirell, C. Markert 



GRIFFIN TENNIS TEAM 

C. fVeldon, M. Goodnow, S. Larter, B. Benedict, 
M. Schneider, .1 . Bowden 



GRIFFIN HOCKEY TEAM 
Back Row: A. Norwood, M. Edson, «/. Leach, A. 

Lyons, A. Stefani, G. I lusted. 
Front Row: R." Bethel, P. Jackson, N. Smedley, P. 

Bushnell, II. Neisser, A. Sanborn 




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GARGOYLE HOCKEY TEAM 

Back Row: B. Aldrich, II. Brown, C. Hardin, ('. St. 

John, P. deCholnoky, S. Harrington 
Front Row: J. Baird, II. Van Dusen, P. Stainton, 

A. Taylor, D. II awes 



GARGOYLE TENNIS TEAM 

T. Hekma, C. Gomez, S. Martin, D. Snover, A. 
Merchant, J. Wood 



Griffins 



GRIFFIN BASKETBALL TEAM 

Back Row: S. Emmons, R. Espaillat, M. Artz 
Middle Row: B. Garrey, P. Goodnow 
Front Row: L. Ball, L. Camp, M. Young 




Throughout the year the Griffin 
team as a whole has worked and 
practised towards the gaining of 
points for their team. Those on the 
teams practised daily for all the 
games. Girls who were not on 
teams made their contribution by 
taking walks, and cheering the 
team on to victory. Much can be 

V 

said of the wonderful team spirit 
which urged the Griffins to their 
share of the victories at the Fall 
and Spring field days and especial- 
ly at the gym meet. Finally a great 
part of the success of the year's 
Griffin team can be attributed to 
the wonderful leadership of the 
team captain, Molly; the team 
song leader, Lloyd, and of course 
to its able mascot, Gus! 



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Sports at 



The beginning of an Abbot girl's 
first experiences in the Athletic 
world is the famous Abbot initia- 
tion, where she is tagged either a 
Gargoyle or a Griffin. It is an ex- 
citing moment when one takes the 
pledge of loyalty to her team; and 
from then on she is aware of the 
Gargoyles and Griffins around her, 
and the fine athletic spirit that sur- 
rounds her in her everyday life at 
Abbot. For fall sports we were 
given the choice of being a basket- 
ball star, or mavbe a tennis star 
or a hockey pro. We were just 
getting into the swing of the fall 
season when along came winter, 
offering us such sports as skiing. 




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a Glance 



skating, modern dance and gym. 
Also repeated from last year was 
fencing, a sport that fascinates all. 
However, the skiing was really the 
most fun because of the quantity 
of snow this vear. With occasional 
broken bones however, it was an 
exciting winter season. Then spring 
fever settled in the hearts of all 
and we raced from third base to 
home, trotted down the la crosse 
field and swatted that lovelv serve 
over the net, much to our surprise. 
Taking our last walk and receiving 
our final awards at last chapel 
with the award of the shield we 
ended our athletic vear of nineteen 
hundred and fiftv-two. 








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BEST WISHES 

to the 

CLASS of 1952 



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"The secret of my success . . . 

Just this. All my life I 
have made it a practice 
to conserve my energy 
for work and recreation. 
When I travel, I always 
go by train." 



Take it easy-Take the TRAIN! 




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A Book To Be Treasured . . . 

This annual is a permanent record, in picture and prose, 
of the academic year 1951-1952 at Abbot Academy. Its 
value will increase as the years pass, and the quality of 
the printing will contribute in great measure to its lasting 
worth. 

The Andover Press, Ltd., takes pride in its well-known 
craftsmanship which, combined with the long hours of careful 
planning and painstaking editorial work by the CIRCLE 
Staff, makes this a book to be treasured. 

The ANDOVER PRESS, jQd. 

ANDOVER, MASSACHUSETTS 



1952 Class Song 

Raise up the red with the old Abbot blue. 

Let them together wave high. 

From rear to year their colors star true. 

Our flaming red will reach to the sky, oh Abbot 

Our class will always be loval to vou, 

Our Alma Mater fair. 

So onward the class of '5"2 

Our love we now declare. 



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